Curious which cars people hold onto for the longest amount of time? Here's the answer.
These cars prove you don't have to spend a lot of money to have fun.
This Silverado is from 2009. Its interior hasn't been cleaned since.
Stock engines are so boring.
150 mph is plenty fast. Here are some ways to get there on a budget.
Because no one should be stuck driving a boring car.
Only 14 McLaren P1 "XPs" were built, and most were destroyed in crash testing. That makes XP05 a very special car.
If you think a lifted, four-wheel drive wagon is the perfect car, check out this ultra-clean 1985 AMC Eagle.
Cars don't get more opulent than what you see here.
These 25 supercars will be auctioned off with no reserve in Geneva this September.
Because when it comes to affordable sporty cars, you don't just have to settle for a Miata.
Get these before their prices climb.
Following a full restoration, Bill Thomas' third prototype, the last of the originally aluminum-bodied Cheetahs is up for grabs.
In another decade, we expect to be able to pick up these cars for pennies on the dollar.
The Countach's original paint is extremely delicate and thin. Making it look like new is no walk in the park.
Forget Ferrari's modern special editions. What you really want is a unique 330 GTC Zagato from 1974.
Two French explorers once put crushed bananas in their Citroen when they ran out of engine oil. It probably didn't go well.
Taillights aren't subject to the same kind of abuse as headlights. That means they're easier to take care of.